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US NewsThe moment a hero cop drags the suspected white supremacist shooter from his car in a dramatic roadside arrest just minutes after the Christchurch mosque massacre

14:25  15 march  2019
14:25  15 march  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A white supremacist shooter filmed himself gunning down dozens of worshippers at a mosque in The alleged gunman taking for his Facebook livestream before the Christchurch mosque shooting. He then drove to the mosque listening to folk music and military tunes before parking in an alley

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A fearless police officer has been hailed a hero after dramatically pulling one of the suspected Christchurch mosque shooters from a car during a dramatic roadside arrest.

Footage filmed by a passing motorist shows the gunman's white station wagon wedged between the gutter and another police car, with its front wheels spinning in the air.

The suspect is still inside the car as the two officer's approached the car with their weapons drawn - knowing the suspect would have been carrying multiple high-powered weapons.

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The Christchurch mosque shootings occurred at Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch , New Zealand, commencing at 13:40 on 15 March 2019 NZDT (00:40 UTC).

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One officer reached inside the vehicle and dragged the driver out.

The moment a hero cop drags the suspected white supremacist shooter from his car in a dramatic roadside arrest just minutes after the Christchurch mosque massacre © Getty Police stand guard in Christchurch after bombs were found in cars.

The footage also shows the officer hit the man, who is wearing dark clothing.

The arrest came after a police car smashed into the gunman's station-wagon and into they kerb.

Three men and one woman are been arrested over the horrific shooting that's left 49 dead and 48 injured.

One gunman, who identified himself as Australian man Brenton Tarrant, 28, used a GoPro to film himself driving to the mosque listening to folk music with at least six weapons on the floor of his car. The moment a hero cop drags the suspected white supremacist shooter from his car in a dramatic roadside arrest just minutes after the Christchurch mosque massacre © Getty Armed police stand guard in Christchurch.

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One white - supremacist gunmen filmed the footage - too shocking to show in its entirety - on a GoPro camera and streamed it to a Facebook page. In a tweet she sent "deepest condolences to the people of New Zealand after the horrifying terrorist attack in Christchurch ".

The white - supremacist shooter , 28, who was born in Australia, said he wanted to take revenge for Christchurch mosque shootings – Trump-supporting ‘Brit’ gunman wrote chilling manifesto before New Zealand mosque massacres . A picture on the suspected shooter 's now deleted Twitter page.

Tarrant also posted a 73-page manifesto to Twitter before the killings, describing them as a 'terrorist attack'.

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In the manifesto, where he also identifies himself as a white supremacist, he claims he's of 'British stock'.

People were also reportedly shot at the nearby Linwood Masjid mosque on Friday afternoon, and there were reports of another shooting outside Christchurch Hospital and a bomb found in a car three kilometres from the mosque.

Police have urged people near the area to stay indoors and report suspicious behaviour, describing the incident as 'critical'. The moment a hero cop drags the suspected white supremacist shooter from his car in a dramatic roadside arrest just minutes after the Christchurch mosque massacre © Getty Police raid a home in Christchurch connected to the shooting.

Police Commissioner Mike Bush told reporters on Friday there had been 'huge acts of bravery' to make the arrests, but warned anyone against assuming the threat was over. He said there had been bombs found on cars in Christchurch, but the Defence Force had 'taken care of that'.

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An eyewitness has captured the moment armed police officers, with weapons ready, arrested a suspect following the massacres at two Christchurch mosques The footage shows the two armed officers approaching a motionless car on Brougham St. in Christchurch . One of the police officers

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Without going into detail, the Commissioner also said: 'There was a claim, and that person is safe.'

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